"... Discourse is a cooperative activity
in which individuals seek to accomplish a range of communicative purposes"
Keith H. Basso
Multilingual Discourses is a peer-reviewed journal established in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies to support a multidisciplinary research exchange amongst graduate students in different areas such as cultural studies, linguistics, literature, translation and more.
Our vision includes encouraging academic growth of graduate research within and outside the university and seeking out innovative and vibrant points of view that explore the relationships and points of intersection amongst different aspects of culture and language.
Although publications from academics of all backgrounds are highly appreciated, we see the graduate research community as our main audience and invite works that address and share its interests.
Editorial Board 2012-2013
Dr. Helga Mitterbauer
Dr. Andriy Nahachewsky
Dr. Christian Reyns
Dr. Carrie Smith-Prei
CfP: "Worlds out of Words: Language in History"
Multilingual Discourses invites full-length (5000-7500 words) submissions for our upcoming issue, Worlds out of Words: Language in History.
Call for Copyeditors and Proofreaders
We are inviting volunteers to join the team of Copyeditors and Proofreaders
First issue has been published
We are delighted to present the first issue of Multilingual Discourses
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